Great news, much deserved. Congratulations to the PQ team
That last point is absolutely key, especially as we move to fully connected (or smart) environments – an exponential increase in potential access/entry points
A new report from the Centre for London highlights the changing nature of London’s innovation sector, the contribution of clusters, and how models are adapting. It’s great to see the work of the Cognicity Challenge featured, and the role it played in forging productive partnerships between a corporate property developer and start-ups, to test and deploy emerging technologies and innovative business models:
The physical presence of incubator space and the number of potentially disruptive start‐ups within Canary Wharf shows the potential of the innovation district model in mainstreaming technological change within existing clusters.
Hanna, Kat. Spaces to Think: Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London’s Knowledge Economy, Centre for London, 2016